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Ancient crocodiles were vegan, new research shows

Just when you think you know someone, they surprise you. Alligators and crocodiles are dreaded carnivores that kill at least 1,000 people every year, according to the Gates Foundation. However, new research suggests that the ancestors of these tooth-like reptiles favor plants in some places in their 200-million-year evolutionary history. In fact, during the Mesozoic era, when some crocodile-related predators …

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Report: Huawei employees helped the Chinese military with research projects

Huawei Technologies Co employees have spent at least ten research projects with Chinese forces over the last decade, Bloomberg said Thursday. Huawei employees have teamed with members of various organs of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in projects that include artificial intelligence and wireless communications, Bloomberg said. "Huawei is not aware that its employees are releasing research reports on its …

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Report: Tesla is working on research and development of battery cells to ease relations with Panasonic

Enlarge / An electric car from Tesla Motors Inc., model S, is connected to a charger at a Tesla store in Munich on Monday, March 30, 2015. According to a report by CNBC, Tesla now works in a laboratory near its Fremont, California facility, researching and developing battery-cell lithium-ion battery cells, as well as systems that enable the company to …

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Hackers beat global telecoms companies in spy campaign: Cyber ​​Research Company

TEL AVIV (Reuters) – Hackers have plunged into the systems of more than a dozen global telecoms companies and have accessed large amounts of personal and corporate data, researchers from a cybersecurity company said Tuesday, identifying links to former Chinese cybersecurity companies. Espionage campaigns. FILE PHOTO: A man holds a laptop in his hand as cybercode is projected onto him. …

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Scientists strike on Pay Dirt with new microbial research technology

BONCAT is a highly effective microbial sorting tool that allows scientists to differentiate between active and microbial organisms. The tool has now been adapted for use on soil samples and will provide information on how soil microbiomes affect large environmental cycles. Picture credits: Susan Brand and Marilyn Chung / Berkeley Lab Leonardo da Vinci wrote a long time ago in …

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Research describes the reaction of mugwort to the eclipse of 2017

University of Wyoming researchers Daniel Beverly, Mario Bretfeld and Adam Nibbelink have installed wormwood equipment at a location 50 miles south of Yellowstone National Park to test the response of Mugwort to measure the total solar radiation eclipse in August 2017. Photo credit: Krag Beverly The total solar eclipse in Wyoming and the United States in August 2017 offered scientists …

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UI wins the largest research award of all time

A team led by physicist Craig Kletzing of the University of Iowa has won $ 115 million from NASA to study the mysterious, strong interactions between the solar and earth's magnetic fields. The award is the largest externally funded research project in UI history. Out of more than 35,000 projects that have been awarded to the UI since 1965, Kletzing's …

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Firefly Provides Free Startup for Research and Education Payloads – Spaceflight Now

Firefly Aerospace conducted a 300-second qualification shot for the entire second stage of the Alpha Rocket at the Company's test site in central Texas in April. Credit: Firefly Aerospace Firefly Aerospace asks academic institutions, start-ups, and the public to submit ideas for payloads to be launched next year for free on the company's first orbital flight from California's Vandenberg Air …

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